Bruce David Janu
- Facing Sudan
- Janu's AP U.S. History
- Stop the Quarry in Cary
- Lilac Wine, a novel
- Janu's United States History Class
- 41 Pills a Day--Living With Crohn's
- Mr. Janu's AP World History Class
- The Vinyl Voyage
- AP World History + Art
- Contemporary American Texts
- EGHS World History
- Janu's World History Class
- History is Cool--Activities and Articles
- Cary Rants
- Bell, Book and Camera Productions
- Elk Grove Film Club
- Finding Jayne
- CRAYONS AND PAPER: Human Rights and Globalization
- CinéStudent Film Festival
- Janu's Human Geography Class
- Crayons and Paper
- World War II and Cold War Internet Activities
- Mommy Plus Two
- Bring Out Your Dead: Recreating the Black Death
Blogs I follow
- Drawing on Indians
- F This Movie!
- IBD or known as Inflammitory Bowel Disease...You are not alone!
- Mommy Plus Two
- My Sainted Dead Husband
|Location||Cary, Illinois, United States|
|Introduction||Bruce David Janu's first documentary, Facing Sudan, hit the festival circuit in 2007, winning two best documentary awards. In 2008, he released a follow-up,Crayons and Paper, which is currently showing on the Documentary Channel.
As a teacher by trade, he has written several educational books, including The Constitution: A Cooperative Learning Approach, Mouldering in the Grave: A Dramatic Approach to John Brown and Bring Out Your Dead: Recreating the Black Death in the Classroom.
Currently, he is working on his first novel, Lilac Wine and hosts an internet radio station, "The Vinyl Voyage."
In addition, Janu suffers from Crohn's disease and blogs about his experience at 41 Pills a Day: My Life With Crohn's
|Favorite Movies||Pink Floyd The Wall, Do the Right Thing, Dr. Strangelove, Citizen Kane, The Graduate, It's a Wonderful Life, Amadeus, Passion of Joan of Arc|
|Favorite Books||Things They Carried, Slaughterhouse Five, Catcher in the Rye, Frankenstein, Wuthering Heights, Les Miserables, Dracula|